It is reported on the authority of Sa’b b. Jaththama that the Prophet of Allah (may peace be upon him), when asked about the women and children of the polytheists being killed during the night raid, said: “They are from them.”
Children are the fastest entry ticket to Australia
Thanks to our -mostly barren- bleeding hearts brigades. But not only: there is also Â the Yuman Rites mafia and the ever increasing army of Â very well paid social workers, who are in cahoots with the Laborites to change the balance of power forever.
TWO Iranian children suing the Federal Government over their detention at Inverbrackie have been moved interstate.
It is understood the girl and boy, aged 3 and 8, and their parents have now been placed in community care in New South Wales.
The family was moved late yesterday, around the same time as The Advertiser was granted access to their Federal Court petition for freedom.
The Advertiser reported today that the boy and girls have asked a court to release them from the Inverbrackie Detention Centre because they are “sad”.
The siblings say they will not recover from “nightmares” about their boat trip to Australia unless they are released from government custody.
Their Federal Court action, filed by their parents, is the first claim levelled against Inverbrackie – in the Adelaide Hills – since it opened in December.
The parents want to be released as well, saying detention has made their “loving” daughter violent and left their son unable to speak to others “for more than a few minutes”. “The children are having disturbed sleep with nightmares reliving their experiences in the boat trip they took to come to Australia,” the papers say.
“(The girl) is sad … she is refusing to eat appropriate food. She has lost the ability to socialise … she screams, kicks, bites and otherwise hurts children in her environment whereas she was formerly a loving and sociable child.”
- How much does it cost this Government to build a $9.2 million centre?
- Are any of these threats from Buddhists or Presbyterians?
As of last Friday, 326 detainees – including children who attend local schools – were housed at Inverbrackie. Asylum Seeker Resource Centre spokeswoman Pamela Curr yesterday said the case would highlight the plight of more than 1000 children held across the country.
“Every day and night in detention destroys the opportunity for a child to develop into a well-rounded adult,” she said.
“What does it say about this country, that we have to go to court to treat children fairly and decently?”
The parents have filed action, on their children’s behalf, against the Federal Government and Inverbrackie’s health services manager.
The Advertiser understands the case is based on legal precedent set in 2005.
At that time, the Federal Court in Adelaide ordered a group of suicidal Iranian men be released from the Baxter Detention Centre.
They were transferred to Glenside Hospital for treatment, having spent weeks in the detention centre’s high-security “red block”.
In the documents, the family said they arrived in Australia from Iran in March 2010. “Since that time (we) have been housed at a number of immigration detention facilities at Christmas Island, Darwin and now Inverbrackie,” they said.
In February, the children were assessed by Associate Professor Jon Jureidini, head of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital’s Department of Psychological Medicine.
“He has recommended that the children and their parents be removed immediately from Inverbrackie,” the papers said. “(The manager) has refused to do this (and) the conditions of the children’s detention has contributed to a worsening of their symptoms.”
They accused the Federal Government of breaching its duty of care by “failing to exercise reasonable care” of the children’s mental health.
They said centre staff have not adequately assessed or treated the children’s psychological conditions.
They said the children should have been “cared for outside of detention” and “in the community, where they can receive adequate treatment”.
“The children’s depression has progressively worsened,” the papers claimed.
“They are not able to recover while housed in an immigration detention centre. We seek relief to restrain (the Government) from continuing to detain the applicants and their parents in an immigration detention centre.”
The Government and health manager had yet to file defence documents.
Ms Curr said yesterday children suffered so much in immigration detention some were driven to self-harm.
“The Government is to be commended for getting these kids off Christmas Island and into community detention,” she said. “They are not, however, moving fast enough because there are other kids behind locked doors who can’t sleep at night.”
A Department of Immigration spokesman declined to comment on the children’s location, saying it would be inappropriate to discuss a pending court case.
But surely, in a similar situation, Mohammedans would take care of us and our children too, or not?
(Don’t you ever wonder why there is never a ‘similar situation’ that inflicts us on them?)
Don’t let it trouble you. Here’s more from the Religion of Peace:
Muhammad Never Killed Children
It is probably fair to say that Muhammad did not approve of the intentional killing of children.Â A verse from the Qur’an laments the pre-Islamic Arab practice of infanticide against baby girls.Â Other evidence from the Hadith suggests that he instructed his men not to kill children in battle, if it could be avoided, but to capture them for slavery.
Children were often given a specific reprieve from the mandate to “kill those who disbelieve in Allah”:
[Muhammad said]Â “Fight everyone in the way of Allah and kill those who disbelieve in Allah.Â Do not be deceitful with the spoils; do not be treacherous, nor mutilate nor kill children.” (Ibn Ishaq/Hisham 992)
But Muhammad’s definition of a child was not the same as our modern understanding.Â Following the surrender of theÂ Qurayza stronghold, he ordered the execution ofÂ every male child who had reached puberty.Â His men had the boys drop their pants so that they could chop the head off of anyone with pubic hair (Sahih MuslimÂ 4390).
Keep in mind that many Muslims often insist that Aisha reached puberty at age nine, since that is the age that MuhammadÂ began having sex with her.Â If so, then the age for “manhood” among boys might have been considered around twelve.
Muhammad also played a bit loose with the lives of women and children during wartime.Â As recorded in both Bukhari and Sahih Muslim:
It is reported on the authority of Sa’b b. Jaththama that the Prophet of Allah (may peace be upon him), when asked about the women and children of the polytheists being killed during the night raid, said: “They are from them.” (Sahih MuslimÂ 4322, see also BukhariÂ 52:256)
This does not justify theÂ targeted killing of women and children per se, but it does prove that collateral damage is entirely acceptable if it accomplishes the military goal of spreading Islamic rule.Â It is doubtful that Muhammad would ever shrug off the killing of young Muslims as he did the killing of non-Muslim children.
Muhammad did, in fact, draw a distinction between Muslim and non-Muslim children and said that it would be permissible to kill a child who has no prospect of accepting Islam:
The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) used not to kill the children, so thou shouldst not kill themÂ unless you could know what Khadir had known about the child he killed, orÂ you could distinguish between a child who would grow up to he a believer (and a child who would grow up to be a non-believer), so that you killed the (prospective) non-believer and left the (prospective) believer aside. (Sahih MuslimÂ 4457)
After capturing Mecca, the prophet of Islam also ordered the execution of two “singing girls” who had mocked him in verse:
“…two singing-girls Fartana and her friend who used to sing satirical songs about the apostle, soÂ he ordered that they should be killed…” (Ibn Ishaq/Hisham 819)